WP Activity Log Update 4.3.4 – A taste of things to come

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As many of us prepare to kick off the new year, having eaten our way through another holiday season that we hope was filled with the things you love, we would like to take this opportunity to thank you for the support you have shown us over the past year. From our end, we promise that we’ll do our best to help you make 2022 even better; helping you continue to grow your WordPress websites safely and securely.

The team at WP White Security has certainly hit the ground running with a new release of WP Activity Log available from today.

This update, although not one of the biggest updates we’ve released, is an important update. It paves the way for a major release we have planned that includes, among many other things, a brand new reports module that will truly be worth the wait.

Even so, update 4.3.4 includes a number of bug fixes and a number of new features so updating to this version is strongly recommended.

Release highlights

As previously mentioned, 4.3.4 includes a number of new features and updates, including:

  • Easily view users’ latest activity right from the users’ page at the click of a button
  • Improved CSV reports with more data options available
  • Inclusion of users’ role in logged-in users list
  • Improved support for older versions of WordPress, starting from 5.6

The update also includes several other updates and bug fixes, helping you make the most out of WP  Activity Log while getting you ready for the upcoming major update. For a complete list of what is new, improved and fixed refer to the WP Activity Log plugin changelog.

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Wishing you all the best for 2022.

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